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My Favorite Husband 109 Eps

(4,46 Sterne; 25 Bewertungen)

(109 Episodes) (AFRTS Programs Listed) "My Favorite Husband" ... was/is a 1948-1951, 124 episode, CBS Radio situation comedy. The star billings of this very well-acted program were held by Lucille Ball and Richard Denning, as Liz & George Cooper or, Liz & George Cugat, as noted in the odd episode. The Cooper/Cugat couple live at 321 Bundy Drive, and are billed as "two people who live together and like it!" The main sponsor was Jell-O, which explains why an average of three advertisement "plugs" (including the same squeaky jingle as Henry Aldrich of "The Aldrich Family" sang for Jell-O), were made for Jell-O, during each episode. Producer for the broadcasting of all AFRTS episodes of “My Favorite Husband,” at Frankfurt, Germany Studios of the American Forces Network Europe, was Air Force Sgt. Dave Schofield. Announcer for AFRTS episodes of these programs, was Specialist Brad Scott. OTR * def gp ddh


This recording is part of the Old Time Radio collection.

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MFH 1948-07-05 #000 (Audition) (Cooper) George's Old Flame (aka 1948-10-03 Geor…

24:38

MFH 1948-07-23 #001 (AFRTS) (Cugat) Literary Club's Speaker Comes to Dinner

30:04

MFH 1948-07-23 #002 (AFRTS) Mothers Surprise

29:54

MFH 1948-08-06 #003 (AFRTS) The Portrait Artist

30:06

MFH 1948-08-13 #004 (AFRTS) Charity Bazaar Kissing Booth

23:04

MFH 1948-08-20 #005 (AFRTS) (Cooper) (Repeats at #076) Liz Teaches the Samba

23:52

MFH 1948-09-03 #007 (AFRTS) Liz's Mother Has 2nd Thoughts

30:02

MFH 1948-09-10 #008 (AFRTS) Liz Has Her Fortune Told

30:08

MFH 1948-09-17 #009 (AFRTS) General & Mrs Timberlake (aka Liz & the General)

30:03

MFH 1948-09-24 #010 (AFRTS) Knitting Baby Booties

30:02

MFH 1948-10-02 #011 (Cugat) (Repeats at #025) Young Matrons League Tryouts

28:30

MFH 1948-10-09 #013 (AFRTS) Young Matrons League Game

24:35

MFH 1948-10-16 #014 (AFRTS) Liz Sells Dresses

29:05

MFH 1948-10-23 #015 (AFRTS) (Repeats at #064) The Quiz Show

27:19

MFH 1948-11-06 #017 (AFRTS) Katy & Roscoe

24:13

MFH 1948-11-13 #018 (AFRTS) Learning to Drive

28:02

MFH 1948-11-20 #019 (AFRTS) George Attends a Teen-Age Dance

25:20

MFH 1948-11-27 #020 (AFRTS) Is There a Baby in the House

29:52

MFH 1948-12-04 #021 (AFRTS) Be Your Husband's Best Friend

25:56

MFH 1948-12-18 #023 (AFRTS) Liz's New Dress

29:25

MFH 1948-12-25 #024 (AFRTS) & 1950-05-14 #088 Numerology

24:50

MFH 1949-01-01 #025 WRONG DATE (Cugat) (Repeat #011) Young Matrons League Tryou…

28:29

MFH 1949-01-07 #026 Over Budget - Beans

27:21

MFH 1949-01-14 #027 (AFRTS) Piano & Violin Lessons

23:59

MFH 1949-01-21 #028 (AFRTS) Marriage License Error

23:07

MFH 1949-01-28 #029 The Absolute Truth

24:58

MFH 1949-02-04 #030 Speech for Civic Organization

25:44

MFH 1949-02-11 #031 Valentine's Day

24:21

MFH 1949-02-18 #032 (AFRTS) Secretarial School

22:10

MFH 1949-02-25 #033 Absentmindedness

24:38

MFH 1949-03-04 #034 Mother-in-Law (George's Mother)

25:18

MFH 1949-03-11 #035 (AFRTS) (Cooper) - Charity Review

22:09

MFH 1949-04-01 #038 (AFRTS) April Fool's Day

26:20

MFH 1949-04-08 #039 Gum Machine - Demand Your Rights

24:25

MFH 1949-04-15 #040 Horseback Riding

24:52

MFH 1949-04-22 #041 (AFRTS) Time Budgeting

22:28

MFH 1949-04-29 #042 (AFRTS) (Cooper) Vacation Time

23:42

MFH 1949-05-06 #043 Overweight

24:58

MFH 1949-05-13 #044 (AFRTS) (Repeats at #084) Anniversary (aka Anniversary Pres…

25:03

MFH 1949-05-20 #045 (AFRTS) Getting Old

21:37

MFH 1949-05-27 #046 (AFRTS) Liz in the Hospital

24:06

MFH 1949-06-10 #048 Hair Dyed

22:44

MFH 1949-06-17 #049 (AFRTS) Television (aka Geo Breaks Neighbor's Television)

24:02

MFH 1949-06-24 #050 (AFRTS) Liz Changes Her Mind

24:29

MFH 1949-07-01 #051 Reminiscing (aka Liz & George Reminisce)

59:30

MFH 1949-09-02 #052 The Elves

29:35

MFH 1949-09-16 #054 Baseball

29:55

MFH 1949-09-23 #055 (AFRTS) The Attic (aka Locked In The Attic)

24:32

MFH 1949-09-30 #056 Women's Club Election

29:22

MFH 1949-10-07 #057 (AFRTS) George Tries for a Raise

23:35

MFH 1949-10-14 #058 (AFRTS) Television (aka Ordering TV Set) (Poor Snd)

23:18

MFH 1949-10-21 #059 Superstition

29:19

MFH 1949-10-28 #060 Halloween Surprise Party

26:23

MFH 1949-11-04 #061 (AFRTS) Mother-in-Law 2

24:52

MFH 1949-11-11 #062 Babysitting

29:36

MFH 1949-11-18 #063 (AFRTS) Katy & Mr. Negley

24:27

MFH 1949-11-25 #064 (Repeat #015) Quiz Show

29:29

MFH 1949-12-02 #065 (AFRTS) College Homecoming

23:15

MFH 1949-12-09 #066 The French Lessons

28:57

MFH 1949-12-16 #067 Christmas Gift (aka George's Xmas Presents)

29:46

MFH 1949-12-23 #068 The Sleigh Ride

29:12

MFH 1949-12-30 #069 Liz & George are Handcuffed

29:04

MFH 1950-01-06 #070 Is There Another Woman

29:39

MFH 1950-01-13 #071 Liz Teaches Iris To Drive

29:30

MFH 1950-01-20 #072 Liz & The Green Wig

29:46

MFH 1950-01-27 #073 (AFRTS) Liz Writes A Song

22:28

MFH 1950-02-03 #074 (AFRTS) Country Club Dance

23:53

MFH 1950-02-10 #075 (AFRTS) (Cooper) Mrs.Cooper's Boyfriend

30:02

MFH 1950-02-17 #076 (Repeat #005) Liz Teaches Samba

29:46

MFH 1950-02-24 #077 (AFRTS) Liz Redecorates The House

23:54

MFH 1950-03-03 #078 CBS Bulletin - Women's Rights Pt 1

59:41

MFH 1950-03-10 #079 Women's Rights Pt 2

29:24

MFH 1950-03-17 #080 The Wills

29:23

MFH 1950-03-24 #081 Liz's Radio Script

28:13

MFH 1950-04-09 #083 (AFRTS) Husband's Hobbies (aka Hobbies)

24:01

MFH 1950-04-16 #084 (AFRTS) (Repeat #044) Anniversary (aka Anniversary Presents)

23:46

MFH 1950-04-23 #085 Liz Appears on Television (aka Friendship Award)

29:17

MFH 1950-04-30 #086 Spring House Cleaning (aka Spring Cleaning)

30:19

MFH 1950-05-14 #088 (Repeat #024) Numerology

24:51

MFH 1950-05-28 #090 Selling Dresses

29:55

MFH 1950-06-04 #091 George is Messy

29:36

MFH 1950-06-11 #092 Liz Learns to Swim

29:53

MFH 1950-06-18 #093 Be A Pal

26:37

MFH 1950-06-25 #094 (AFRTS) Dance Lessons

23:31

MFH 1950-09-02 #095 Old Clothes Sold To Junkman

29:45

MFH 1950-09-09 #096 (AFRTS) Gossip

24:07

MFH 1950-09-30 #099 (AFRTS) Liz Changes Her Mind

22:29

MFH 1950-10-07 #100 Liz Becomes A Sculptress

30:13

MFH 1950-10-14 #101 Liz Cooks Dinner for 12

25:52

MFH 1950-10-21 #102 (AFRTS) Safety Drive

24:29

MFH 1950-10-28 #103 (AFRTS) The Football Game (Liz & Iris)

24:20

MFH 1950-11-04 #104 (AFRTS) (Cooper) The Two Mrs Coopers

25:35

MFH 1950-11-18 #106 (AFRTS) Liz Goes to Night School

24:28

MFH 1950-11-25 #107 Liz's Birthday

29:58

MFH 1950-12-02 #108 (AFRTS) Trying to Marry off Peggy Martin

25:03

MFH 1950-12-09 #109 Trying to Cash the Prize Check

29:20

MFH 1950-12-16 #110 Christmas Card Pictures

30:00

MFH 1950-12-23 #111 Christmas Stag

29:54

MFH 1950-12-30 #112 Liz Has the Flimjabs

29:20

MFH 1951-01-06 #113 Liz Substitutes at Club Play

58:56

MFH 1951-01-13 #114 The Cuckoo Clock

28:23

MFH 1951-01-20 #115 (AFRTS) Liz Stretches the Truth

24:37

MFH 1951-01-27 #116 George Is Drafted - Liz's Baby

24:30

MFH 1951-02-03 #117 (AFRTS) Liz Develops Inferiority Complex

25:14

MFH 1951-02-10 #118 (AFRTS) The Misunderstanding of the Black Eye

23:12

MFH 1951-02-24 #120 The 2 Mothers-in-Law (aka Decoy Ducks)

17:41

MFH 1951-03-03 #121 The Passports

29:43

MFH 1951-03-10 #122 (AFRTS) The Surprise Party

24:35

MFH 1951-03-24 #124 Iris & Liz's Easter

29:20

Bewertungen

Good show, nevermind the SJWs

(5 Sterne)

Great classic show. Pay no attention to the bigoted sjw's trying to act judgmental. They tend to be pseudo-intellectual nitwits who lack the common sense to realize their opinions of the world can't be used to measure the world of different era's. It was not better or worse then, just different. Quit trying to ruin everything for everyone, no one is impressed

I really liked these shows. these were before my time. I wi

(3 Sterne)

Clever; but sad, dated attitudes about women

(2 Sterne)

The writing is top-notch, but listening to these episodes brought back painful memories of what my graduate-degreed mother had to endure as a late 40s-early 50s housewife: prejudice against women drivers; having to ask permission to buy a dress; acceptance of men spanking their wives, etc. Liz's crying when she doesn't get her way and her use of "feminine wiles" to accomplish her goals are a painful look into the past.